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Salmon at the antipodes; being an account of the successful introduction of salmon and trout into Australian waters (1879)

Author: Wilson, Samuel, Sir, 1832-1895
Subject: Fish-culture; Salmon
Publisher: London, E. Stanford
Language: English
Call number: SH167.S17 W7
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Cornell University Library
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Collection: cornell; biodiversity; americana

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"The substance of this work in a slightly different form, under the title of 'The Californian salmon,' was originally published in the Transactions of the Zoological and acclimatization society of Melbourne for ... 1878."--p. [v]

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